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Here comes the new OG

4/17/2009


The twelfth edition of the OG is out.

Its publisher, Graduate Management Admission Council ®(GMAC®), claims that the new edition includes 300 GMAT questions never before released to the public.

New editions of the Verbal Review and the Quantitative Review will be available later during the year.

Buy here or here if you want to save some.
 
 
 

GMAT gearing up for change

4/17/2009


The Graduate Management Admissions Council ®(GMAC®) is overhauling the GMAT® test and the new version will be rolled out in 2013.

GMAC has announced that they have arranged US$500 million in loans targeted specially for international students planning to attend 40 business schools in the US and Europe. These students have been most affected by the financial crisis because traditional lending institutions have been reluctant to lend them money to attend grad school.

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